Ethical Marketing: Create a Meaningful Vision for Your Business and Your Clients

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I want to encourage you to create a meaningful vision for yourself and your business.

James Allen has a great quote where he says, “For true success, ask yourself these four questions.” These are actually the four questions I would like you to use in creating a vision for how you’re going to launch your business. If you’ve had a business and you’re looking at revamping and revitalizing it, ask the same questions. They’re very powerful for someone just starting or for someone who’s looking to go to the next level.

James Allen’s quote is “For true success, ask yourself these four questions: Why? Why not? Why not me? Why not now?”

If you just answer those four questions, “Why? Why not? Why not me? Why not now?” That’s going to take you into a shift that’s going to give you the mental capacity to really be open and ready to growing your business. Ready and prepared to help more people, excited about making more money and looking for systems and ways to enjoy more freedom.

Just that in itself is going to do great things for you. This is something that you can do in the next few days or the next few hours.  Create a vision for yourself, you can implement it immediately.

The next step is thinking about creating a vision for your clients. What do you want their journey to look like? What do you want them to get out of the experience of having acupuncture with you, coaching with you, having therapy with you, having a massage with you. Whatever your gift is, what do you want their journey to look like? If you’re really going to help more people, how will you help them? What will that outcome be?

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One comment on “Ethical Marketing: Create a Meaningful Vision for Your Business and Your Clients
  1. Suzanne, one of the first things I teach clients who want to create powerful affirmations is to make sure their choice of words evokes a positive feeling. Even giggling when you say an affirmation is a positive response. The creative power is in the *emotion* we feel in our hearts when we consider an idea. (Quantum Physics and Biology have now proven how this happens.)

    The same is true of developing your business vision. If it’s not evoking a positive, joyful excitement, somethings “OFF”. It’s time to go back to the drawing board and focus on what feels great! Many solopreneurs feel they have to follow the paths laid out by *experts*, but those paths just don’t feel good to them. That path that worked for someone else, may/may not work for you. Your best guide is always your own intuition and the way you feel is the litmus test.

    Here’s to the emergence of more conscious entrepreneurship!

    Many blessings,
    Nancy
    @AffirmingSpirit

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